WHAT IS

BRIDGE & EDUCE

BY MALZONE

Bridge & Educe is a complementary teaching and leadership methodology built to empower individuals to think critically and collaboratively, to not only learn more about themselves but also to better understand and appreciate the world around them.  

BRIDGE:

An applicable method of bridging the gap between students, teachers, and real-world scenarios. Likewise, bridging the gap in the business world between leadership, employees, and the greater community.  

EDUCE:

To educe means to bring out or develop. Precisely, that is the goal of an educator, to bring out or develop the full potential of an individual or cohort.

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

IN

THE 

CLASSROOM

Bridging the gap creates a strong culture of collaboration, communication, and creativity. This helps students see the value in each aspect of learning. Students will understand how lessons relate and prepare them for the professional world, and will understand and appreciate the multiple perspectives and variables that make up any given situation. Likewise, teachers will view situations from a student perspective, providing individualized solutions with empathy and proper strategy. With this culture, the student is encouraged to think about their own perspectives, see the strengths and weaknesses within them, as well as curate new perspectives, ideas, and interests as they learn.  

IN

THE

BUSINESS

Organizations will understand and appreciate the values of a strong workplace and community culture, through an engaging environment built on effective systems. Organizations will understand the balance of business and be able to display critical and collaborative decision-making related to it. Organizational leaders will learn to come to the best conclusion they can given the information presented. In total, organizations will have a deep understanding of the ethical responsibilities they hold, as well as the applicable tools they need to create a sustainable future for the entire organization.    

SEE IT IN PRACTICE.